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  • Leah Feinberg Chase

    Leah Feinberg Chase favorite topics to write about are travel and Israel. Her work can be found in the Charleston (S.C.) Post and Courier; Charleston (S.C.) Mercury; Charleston (S.C.) Jewish Voice, and other Jewish newspapers from time to time.
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  • Robert L. Kern

    Robert's favorite topics to write about include Zionism, Israel-related and health care.

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  • Faygie Holt

    Faygie writes about a variety of topics, including health care, education and breaking news. Her work can also be found in the Jewish Link of New Jersey, Mishpacha magazine, West Essex Tribune and more.

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